Email Signing Certificates

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Email Signing Certificates Price

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Standard, Wildcard, Multi Domain and EV SSL Certificates

CPAC Basic

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$ 25 /Yearly
  • 1x Email Address
  • Email Encryption
  • Email Signing
  • Document Signing
  • Client Authentication
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CPAC Pro

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$ 80 /Yearly
  • 1x Email Address
  • Email Encryption
  • Email Signing
  • Document Signing
  • Client Authentication
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CPAC Enterprise

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$ 100 /Yearly
  • 1x Email Address
  • Email Encryption
  • Email Signing
  • Document Signing
  • Client Authentication
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Email Signing Certificate Plan

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Standard, Wildcard, Multi Domain and EV SSL Certificates

CPAC Basic

$ 25 /Yearly
  • Validation Domain Control


  • Certificate Fields email@address.com


  • Email Encryption Yes
  • Email Signing Yes
  • Document Signin Yes
  • Client Authentication Yes
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CPAC Pro

$ 80 /Yearly
  • Validation Domain Control
    Identity Verification

  • Certificate Fields email@address.com
    First Name, Last Name

  • Email Encryption Yes
  • Email Signing Yes
  • Document Signin Yes
  • Client Authentication Yes
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CPAC Enterprise

$ 100 /Yearly
  • Validation Domain Control
    Identity Verification
    Organization Validation
  • Certificate Fields email@address.com
    First Name, Last Name
    Company Name, Company Address
  • Email Encryption Yes
  • Email Signing Yes
  • Document Signin Yes
  • Client Authentication Yes
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SSL FAQ’s

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If you have questions that you do not have on the list, you can ask our Technical Support team.

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL is an industry standard and is used by millions of websites in the protection of their online transactions with their customers.

CSR stands for Certificate Signing Request. A CSR contains information such your organization’s name, your domain name, and your location, and is filled out and submitted to a certificate authority such as hostieng.com. The information in a CSR is used to verify and create your SSL certificate. Most importantly, it also contains the public key that will be included in your certificate.

Organization Validation (or OV) certificates – also known as High Assurance certificates – are recognized to provide a higher standard in Internet trust. Ordering an Hostieng.com High Assurance certificate gives visitors to your site an extra level of confidence in your web presence and your product. .

A Fully Qualified Domain Name (or FQDN) is a complete and unambiguous domain name that specifies an exact location for an object in a Domain Name System (DNS) hierarchy. It specifies all domain levels, including the top-level domain and the root zone. Most domain names as used in the internet’s Uniform Resource Locators (or URL) are only partially qualified (but work just fine).

The private key is a text file used initially to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR), and later to secure and verify connections using the certificate created per that request. The private key is used to create a digital signature As you might imagine from the name, the private key should be closely guarded, since anyone with access to it use it in nefarious ways. Note again that the private key is really just a text file – however, it’s a really important text file and should be protected accordingly.

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